New Vision, Broader Scope, and Same Commitment to Transformation among Higher Educators and Practitioners

Jeanetta D. Sims, Ed Cunliff

Abstract


In this inaugural introduction, new editors for the Journal of Transformative Learning offer the vision, scope, and continued commitment to the journal’s presence as a resource for research and dialogue on transformative learning. The co-editors share the journal’s structure and upcoming special issue opportunities along with brief summaries of articles in the current volume.


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transformative learning; transformation; undergraduate research; mindfulness

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